In addition to the exciting Live Art Auction, there are several Lots of spectacular wines and vacation stays.
24 Cabernet Sauvignon Items
2 Vacation Stays
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Oakville Ranch 2013
Oakville Winery 2013
Stanton Vineyards 2013
Nickel & Nickel Martin Stelling Vineyard 2013
Dalla Valle 2013
Peter Michael Au Paradis 2013
Franciscan Estate 2013
Detert Family Vineyards 2013
Saddleback signed by Nils Venge MAGNUM 2008
Rudd Samantha’s Cabernet 2012
Swanson Vineyards Rutherford 2012
Far Niente Estate Bottled 2014
Kelleher Estate Grown Brix Vineyard 2012
Tierra Roja 2012
Oakville East Exposure 2012
Oakville Winegrowers’ Cuvee MAGNUM 17/100 2011
Spoto Private Reserve 2012
B Cellars Ehrlich Vineyards 2014
Harlan Estate 2012
“These wines possess all the elements of greatness – individuality, power combined with elegance, extraordinary complexity, remarkable aging potential, and compelling richness without ponderousness.” —Robert M. Parker, Jr.
“Sourced from select hillside estates, the Cabernet Sauvignon wines of BOND vividly demonstrate the range of Napa Valley’s finest terroirs”
Robert Mondavi 50th Anniversary Reserve To Kalon Vineyard 2013
This is the third vintage of our To Kalon Vineyard-designated Reserve. When Robert Mondavi chose the To Kalon Vineyard in west Oakville as the home for his new winery in 1966 he remarked that, “It was a vineyard with a distinguished history and a magical nature. Ideal soils, sunlight, and rain—to my eye, the vineyard was a treasure.”
Screaming Eagle 1998
“…an expressive bouquet of cassis, minerals, and smoke. This multi-textured, round wine exhibits sweet, well-integrated tannin, a great mid-palate and finish, as well as spectacular purity and palate” — Robert M Parker Jr.
Winemaker : Heidi Barrett
Donated for Oakville Winegrowers by Jean Phillips
Salvestrin Inn & Winery
Two-night stay for three couples with private tour and tasting.
This lot includes a four-course dinner for six with winery chef Susanne Salvestrin and Salvestrin wines.
9-liter etched Dr. Crane Estate
This wine pays tribute to a viticultural pioneer of Napa Valley, Dr. George Belden Crane. Dr. Crane began planting vineyard in St Helena in 1859 and made many contributions to the wine industry during his time. He was a founding member in the first Viticultural Society in St. Helena and was instrumental in educating and promoting growers in techniques to improve wine quality.
He selected his land for grape growing based on soils he felt were ideal for his endeavor. We believe he was right! These well drained gravelly soils yield grapes with intense character and sense of place. The resulting wines are aromatic complex, balanced and unique.
“This wine is rich, full, complete, with beautiful sweet fruit, ripe tannin and multi-layered mouthfeel. This is a terrific wine to drink over the next 15 years.” — Robert Parker, Jr.
Desert and Art Journey
A five night stay for two couples at Junipine Resort / Inn at Eagle Mountain on the 18th fairway of the acclaimed Eagle Mountain Golf Course with golf privileges for foursome along with free spa treatments for all.
One 3-liter inscribed bottle of Flora Spring’s Thirtieth release of their TRILOGY wine. This newly released wine is a blend of three varietals: Cabernet Sauvignon, Malbec and Petit Verdot. This wine is described by the donor as “Liquid Velvet”
Donated by the Komes family of Flora Springs Winery
Private tour and tasting for eight plus one 750ml bottle of OPUS ONE 2013
Napa Valley Red Wine produced and bottled by Robert Mondavi and Philippe de Rothschild
Appellation Saint Helena
Cabaud Mon Hommage 2011
Taplin Cellars Terra 9 2012
Corley Yewell Vineyard 2012
Corison Napa Valley 2013
Morlet Estate 2013 Melka Métisse 2013
Ehlers Estate 2013
Saint Helena Winery 2011
In the very heart of the Napa Valley lies the town of Oakville. Once a steam train stop in the late 1800s, Oakville owes its name to the dense groves of native oak which once blanketed the area. One hundred years later, the Oakville name is synonymous with excellence in winemaking. A unique combination of soil, topography and climate join together here, creating an environment that makes Oakville a viticultural treasure. But the proof of Oakville’s status as a world-class grape-growing region is the number of great Napa Valley wineries that have planted their vineyards here. While mother nature has provided the key ingredients, a group of Vintners and Growers who are dedicated to crafting the highest quality of wine from the Oakville soil have emerged.